SECRET OF THE OLD POST BOX by Dorothy Sterling

SECRET OF THE OLD POST BOX

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Eleven-year-old Pat is intrigued with the idea of living not in New York, but, for the first time in her life, in a suburb. No sooner does she arrive then the friendly little girl makes friends with the neighbor's children. Together they stumble into a mystery regarding a deserted salt box house and unearth a treasure of information regarding George Washington's expionage system. Dorothy Sterling, who has written extensively for children, has concocted a story here with all the ingredients designed to whet the imagination of her girl readers--mystery, history, and domestic detail.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1960
Publisher: Doubleday